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Strength Scoop - Monday December 27, 2021

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Louisiana: The University of Louisiana is currently accepting applications for volunteer interns for the Spring Semester of 2022. This position will provide great experience to those looking to get into the strength and conditioning field. Candidates will have the advantage of engaging with elite collegiate athletes and networking with coaches. This internship will prepare candidates to accommodate themselves to the requirements of collegiate strength and conditioning. Daily actions will include but are not limited to assisting the Head & Assistant coaches in conducting the program at an elite level. This includes but not limited to: warm-ups, strength and speed/agility training, conditioning, athlete evaluations, sports science data collection, set up & break down of weight room, and maintenance of the facility. Candidates will learn to coach Olympic and power based movements. Specific responsibilities will be based upon experience and education. Continual education will be made readily available and is encouraged. Preferred qualifications include certifications of USAW or CSCS or working towards those certifications. Candidates must be CPR/AED certified. Must have completed or are working toward completing a bachelor’s degree at an accredited college/university; Candidate characteristics should include punctuality, teamwork, strong work ethic, ability to perform in a demanding environment, and dedication to the betterment of the student athletes. Please submit resumes to James Neighbors Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach at James.Neighbors@louisiana.edu.

Minnesota State CTC (JC): Minnesota State Community & Technical College is looking for a football strength & conditioning coach. This s a great position for a young coach who wants to run their own training program. Housing and small stipend will be provided. You can work part time in the spring was well to make extra money. Interested individuals should contact Cory Miller at Cory.Miller@minnesota.edu

Graceland (NAIA): The Graceland football program is looking for a difference maker for our strength program. The position is full-time with benefits and will be combined with DFO responsibilities or possible coaching duties. Emphasis will be placed on strength and conditioning. Pleas send contact information and resumes to pross1@graceland.edu.  

Hampton (FCS - VA): Hampton University is looking to hire a Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Football only. This is a full-time position with benefits. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree, NSCA-CSCS or CSCCa-SCCC certification, CPR/AED/First Aid certified and experience in collegiate strength and conditioning. How to apply: Email your cover letter, resume and references to Brian White at brian.white@hamptonu.edu. Note: Please put “Head Strength and Conditioning Coach” in the subject of your email. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Alabama State (FCS): Alabama State University is looking to hire an Associate Director of Strength & Conditioning. The candidate will oversee the Olympic Department and assist with training Football. This is a full-time position with benefits. Required Qualifications: Currently posing an accredited strength and conditioning certification, Bachelors degree, Masters (preferred), 2-3 years of GA or full-time experience, and a successful background check. The ideal candidate must have strong communication skills, posses the ability to work with different sport teams, and be organized. If you are interested, please send your resume with references to Caninye@alasu.edu.